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A1 stocks


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Fulton Armory.  Cheap, too.

You'll need the stock body (and buttplate, it if doesn't come with one), rifle receiver extension, .308 AR rifle buffer, .308 AR rifle-length buffer spring (unless you run a Tubb spring).

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Nope, if you already have an A2, then you'll only need the stock body and a shorter, vented screw.  Don't use the A2 buttstock screw on an A1 stock - you'll damage the bumper on the end of your buffer.

For the A2 to A1 swap, you'll only be working with the buttplate removal (vented screw at the top), the stock body removal - slides right off - and the A2 spacer removal on the end of your current setup.

Remove that stuff, slide the A1 stock body on there, put on the buttplate, and put the shorter A1 vented screw.  Done.  If the profile of the A2 buttplate doesn't match the curvature of the A1 stock body, you'll either have to grind it to fit, or get one specifically for the A1 stock body.

A better description in the first post could have cut some time for us - something like "What do I need to replace my current A2 stock with an A1 stock?"  We would have already had parts on by now...  <thumbsup> <laughs>

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